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we're starring off on the vine street expressway. our cameras around 24th street, open in both directions right now. eastbound and westbound right hear. all access to 95 and the schuylkill. we're clear. a little bit of windy or shaky camera at least at that point. watching a disabled vehicle out in cheltenham, eastern road and west church road. checking in with 422, no big problems or delays, east or westbound. specifically east, eight minutes from 29 to the schuylkill expressway, speeds into the 60s. vai and rosemary. i think it's clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is. >> bill clinton was abusive to women. hillary clinton attacked those same women. and attacked them viciously. >> hillary clinton and donald trump clashed hard in their second presidential debate last night in st. louis. it was angry and accusatory. the beginning of the debate focused on sexual misconduct
days after an 11-year-old tape revealed trump bragging about groping women. >> there was tension right from the start. there was no handshake and not soon after questions about the tape came up, trump admitted to locker room talk on the bus but said he never sexually assaulteç women. he changed the topic to clinton's e-mails saying if he's elected he will hire a special prosecutor to look into it. >> you get a subpoena and after getting the subpoena you delete 33,000 e-mails. people have been -- their lives have been destroyed for doing one-fifth of what you've done. it's a disgrace. honestly, you ought to be ashamed of yourself. >> okay, donald, i know you're into big diversion tonight, anything to avoid talking about your campaign, how it's exploding and how republicans are leaving you. we're less than a month away from election day. expect a surge of campaign news
until then. >> plenty of newsand posts in your news feed. the front cover of the philadelphia "daily news" reads, turn for the bitter. after the debate trump tweeted, retweet if you think donald trump won the debate. a poll showing more people saying she won the debate, hillary clinton used this as her tweet. it was retweeted 14,000 times. donald trump's was retweeted 20,000 times. matt delucia is live in center city. what's the reaction to the second debate? >> well, vai and rosemary, the first debate was perhaps the most watched in terms of a television audience. this may have been the most highly anticipated in terms of people watching this debate and really watching with a lot of attention and focus. take a look here. we were at a watch party at
mcguillen's in center city. people on both sides watching what both candidates said. we talked about this debate. twitter says it was the most tweeted debate ever, almost 7 million debate-related tweets sent. >> i don't want either of them to be our president. i think it's just kind of making it harder to make a decision, if anything. >> and a cnn/orc instant poll that was done right after the debate found 57% of debate watchers thought hillary clinton won that debate while 34% thought republican nominee donald trump won that debate. we'll be talking with voters all morning. a lot of them probably still sleeping after they stayed up late to watch that 90-minute debate last night. this is just the second debate. we still have one more to go. that will be next week in las vegas. for now, live in center city,
matt delucia, nbc 10 news. today donald trump will be traveling from missouri to pennsylvania for two campaign stops. first he'll be in a bridge which is just north of pittsburgh. then he'll be in wilkes-barre for a rally at the mohegan sun arena at 7:00 tonight. clinton will ab tending two rallies today. one in michigan, the other in ohio. there are also events for clinton in philadelphia and montgomery county today with actress natalie portmanç tru g i -- stumping for her. in delaware you'll have until saturday. if you're voting in new jersey you have until next tuesday. you won't be seeing billy bush on the "today" show this morning. nbc news has suspend bush indefinitely. the executive in charge of the "today" show says there's no excuse for bush's language and behavior on the tape that surfaced friday of him and trump. there's just one more presidential debate before election day. the third and final face-off
will be next wednesday, october 19th at university of nevada las vegas. lauren mayk will be reporting live from las vegas next week. in less than two hours, the trump taj mahal will close its doors for good. the atlantic city casino will shut its doors after 27 years at 5:59 a.m. owner carl icahn decided to close the taj in august after losses of more than $100 million and a workers' strike. more than 3,000 workers will lose their jobs. this woman has been here since the casino's opening. >> you don't treat people like this who have worked for you for 27 years. we had dignity and honor. without us it wouldn't have been successful. this is why it's being shut down. >> workers are hopeful that the taj will re-open someday and that they'll return to the place they called home for so many years. this morning, police are investigating a possible abduction in north philadelphia. a witness told police he saw a man get out of a car on east
erie avenue and hit a woman in the head with a baseball bat. he then said the man dragged the victim into his car and took off. the suspect was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and sweat pants. he may have been driving a black chevy cruz. philadelphia police are trying to track down the driver who hit a man and sped off. investigators say the victim was crossing lehigh avenue around 7:00 last night when he was struck by a mercedes. the driver drove off, has not been caught. the victim, in his 30s, is listed in stable condition at temple university hospital. and take a look at this, part of the street on temple's campus in north philadelphia had to be shut down because of a water main break. you can see water overflowing near the leah cora center. happening today, toys "r" us will be holding a national hiring day. the company needs part-time
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first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington watching 95. we have good news here. we just had an accident scene on the northbound side that just cleared out of the way. this is the northbound side right here. we had the two left lanes blocked right around girard avenue. all traffic clearly moving by now nicely. 13 minutes on the northbound side. that drive time from center city to woodhaven road. speeds into the low -- higher 50s i guess you can say right now. no problems on the southbound side heading into center city. we are watching an accident in plymouth meeting around the mid-county toll plaza. watch out for lane restrictions there. doesn't look like it's causing too many problems right now. the schuylkill expressway looking great. we had earlier construction around the passyunk avenue area, eastbound and westbound now looking fine. 13 minutes from the blue route to the vine street expressway, average speeds into the high 50s there as well. i'll be back in the next ten minutes or so with updates on the rest of your morning drive. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> we're starting withh live look outside in delaware county.
we have a crew in springfield. the flag you can see just barely, it's still dark outside. we're dealing with the winds we saw pick up yesterday. yesterday, they picked up because of the cold front that was passing through. we tonighted to see the winds once the cold front pushed out and ushered out the moisture as well. the moisture is still gone. the winds are hanging around. so still could see gusts around 20 to 30 miles per hour, particularly along the shore later today. these are the max winds we expect right around that 10 to 20 mile-per-hour range. 13 miles er hour in if. 16 in dover. 12 in allentown. this is nothing dangerous. you will notice as you step out the door. use extra hairspray this morn g morning. we are tracking the temperatures as we move throughout the afternoon. just warming up to the 60s. this will be a below average day for us thanks to the front. we're starting out in the morning hours, somewhat cool in the upper 40s. i do expect we're get to the mid-60s, the official say in
philadelphia. the suburbs, right around the low to mid-60s and that's the same through much of our region here. the lehigh valley, though, going to struggle to make it through to the low 60s, 3:00, still in the upper 50s. notice icons, though, big difference from yesterday where we started with the rain and clouds. today it will be sunny throughout, i expect clear to mostly clear conditions all the way as we move into your evening because that cold front ushered out any of the moisture. we have dry air in place. 46, 7:00 a.m. for your new jersey forecast, 11:00 a.m., 53. 59 by 3:00 at the shore points. 60 degrees by 3:00 p.m. looking at radar and satellite, this is what's left of matthew. the center of the storm is sitting off of the outer banks. the moisture from it has moved all the way out and matthew has completely broken apart, no longer even considered a post-tropical storm as we saw yesterday. the damage has already been done with historic flooding over parts of south carolina and north carolina.
for us, it's a dry forecast. we're no longer talking rain, not only today but next several days. coming up in a few minutes, we take a closer look at your workweek forecast right on into the next weekend if you're already making plans. >> 4:43. this morning, there are new developments in the ongoing samsung phone investigation. >> 2.5 million phones have already been recalled because of fire dangers. up next, hear what the company announced about its galaxy note 7. also, let the spin begin. you heard from the presidential candidates. up next, we take you behind the scenes to the spin room for post-debate reaction.
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temperament. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell you. i would bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves. get him out of here! get him out of here!
sides of the aisle. they were asked what they thought about trump inviting women who have accused bill clinton of abuse or rape to the debate. >> this is the campaign he's chosen to run and that's his decision. she's pretty tough. she knows that the future of the country is at stake and this is, you know, this is the campaign he wants to run, she's happy to have that fight and take him on. >> i don't have any problem with him doing that. because he's countering vicious attacks on himself and his character. he's just using that as a graphic example that he's not alone. >> we'll have much more on the presidential debate and more reaction from the spin room coming up in the next half hour. let's head to southern california where a community is mourning the loss of two police officers killed in the line of duty over the weekend.
neighbors help a vigil last night just outside the palm springs police department. the two officers were shot dead on saturday while responding to a domestic disturbance call. a third officer was wounded. after a 12-hour standoff, the suspect surrendered. >> when he emerged, he was wearing soft body armor and he had a number of high capacity magazines onç his person. >> 27-year-old lesley zerebny recently returned to duty after giving birth. jose vega was a father of eight, two months away from retirement. new this morning, we're learning that samsung has stopped production on its galaxy note 7 smartphones. the south korean company made the decision to temporarily halt production because of the fire
danger. the replacement phones that were supposed to fix the overheating problem have also been a concern. one allegedly caught fire on an airplane last week. at&t and t-mobile had already stopped giving the replacement phones to customers who wanted to trade out the older model. 4:48. 51 degrees right now. undefeated no more. the eagles come off short in detroit and lose their first game of the season and this was the key play of the game. the eagles trying to run out the clock against the lions. running back ryan matthews fumbles the ball. 2:30 are left in the game. that set up a detroit score and they'd go on to win by kicking a field goal. take a look at the back cover of this morning's philadelphia's "daily news." it reads ryan shame, in reference to that fumble. the eagles fall to 3-1 on the year. here's quarterback carson wentz on the loss. >> the biggest thing is, we shot ourselves in the foot a couple, too many times. the holding plays, those happen.
some of the delays of game, mistakes that we can control ourselves, we have to clean up. those are things we want to have back and the lions played great. they came out and beat us and made more plays than us. despite the nail-biting loss, eagles fans remain updata. ned yesterday, nbc 10 was at mcguillen's ale house. most said the final score was disappointing but haven't lost faith this will be a winning season. >> all in all, i like the rebound. i saw carson wentz come back and showed a performance, showing a lot of potential in the future. i'm not that worried. >> they showed a lot of grit. not happy they lost but they had to play in a game where they were coming from behind. it showed what we had. we didn't lose horribly. it wasn't a blowout. >> fans told us they are staying on board the wentz wagon. nbc 10 is taking you back to where it all. csn's john clark traveled with wentz to his home state of north
dakota to give us a look into his early life before he became an eagle. "from wentz he came" airs this friday night at 10:00. good to have jessica back. >> good to be back. >> i don't know if you're glad to be back. >> we are. she may not be. >> i was in southern california enjoying mountains and wineries. waking up at 3:00 is very close, i promise you. also watching the blue route around mid-county tolls for an accident scene. right here, right before the toll plaza, it is on the southbound side. a few vehicles involved. clearly no backup behind it. definitely something to watch out for. sure nothing gets backed up behind it. also good news on the vine street expressway. both ways open between broad street and the schuylkill expressway. a lot of people check in to make sure it's not closed in the morning. more updates and one check in
when i come back in the next five minutes or so. now your nbc 10 first alert weather. >> good morning out there for your monday but a cool one in some spots. 47 degrees, the lehigh valley and 45 when the lower temperatures we're seeing in parts of the pennsylvania suburbs. philadelphia now at 51 degrees, 48 in south jersey. these temperatures as we move along into tomorrow morning, maybe even a bit cooler. the frost advisory issued for parts of the lehigh valley, berks county, along parts of the shore as well. we're looking at temperatures right now in your philadelphia neighborhoods, mostly right around 50 degrees. 50 center city, graduate hospital and rittenhouse. 47 west mount airy as well as chestnut hill and fox chase sitting right at 50 degrees. as you head out the door, probably going to grab a jacket. leave the umbrella at home. very different forecast from yesterday where we started with that thick layer of clouds and the rain that moved through. we saw the sunshine yesterday afternoon, today's forecast will be very similar to that.
when it comes to the temperatures in the 60s for your afternoon highs and mostly sunshine, radar not tracking a thing out there. we have a dry week ahead. we will be slowly warming in the days to come. the dry conditions that we're going to see, it's not just for a day or two. it's looking like your entire workweek. dry conditions out there. we'll be tracking some clouds, tuesday into wednesday, otherwise, chances of rain not picking up. limited moisture moving in by the end of your workweek. across board, atlantic city through reading, i don't think we'll see showers move through. spot chance near the lehigh valley as we move thursday into friday. not looking at a good chance of rain for us throughout the workweek. the temperatures will be bumping up here. this is the warming trend we'll be seeing. we saw the dip, saturday into sunday. we'll stay at 56 degrees today. notice the average is at 69, below average for our temperature today. we are at 72 degrees.
there's the bigger warmup by your wednesday. we get to that 72 degree forecast high temperature. for your neighborhood high temperature. the icons are sunny today. lansdale at 64 degrees, allentown at 62 and cuts down those lower 60s. across the map, low mid-60s in the forecast. atlantic city at 63 degrees. >> thank you, crystal. back open again. this morning, there's good news for new jersey transit train riders. >> the hoehoboken terminal is officially back in service. we take you inside the damaged station for a first look since the train crash. plus, this -- ♪ >> a celebration interrupted. next we'll hear from mayor jim kenney after protesters crashed a philadelphia gay pride ceremony at city hall. don't forget to vote for ruátájt the week. here are the choices, downingtown east versus bishop
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good morning, everyone. jessica boyington watching the roads. we're watching the clearing -- the beginnings of the clearing of this accident scene on the blue route around the mid-county tolls. it's the southbound side, right before the toll plaza as you can see with the flashing lights right there. cars approaching, going on either side. it's not causing too many delays right now. it's a little early for that. we'll keep an eye on it and check in with more majors when i'm back in the 5:00 hour. cress send valley drive will be closed in both directions today from 4:00 this morning till 5:00 this evening. if you live on chesheim valley
drive you'll be able to get out. it chose to do the work on columbus day because there will be fewer cars on the road. in new jersey, the state's expanded black bear hunt starts today. state environmental officials approved the six-day hunting season. hinters killed 510 bears during the annual hunt last december. pennsylvania's statewide black bear hunt starts november 19th. we hope you're enjoying the day off if you have it for columbus day. south philly got an early start yesterday with the annual columbus day parade. ♪ mummers are strumming out there. bands and floats marched down broad street to the plaza. a celebration turn nad a
protest in philadelphia's city hall after demonstrators took over a gay pride ceremony. >> the group interrupted mayor jim kenney during the city's seventh annual flag raising ceremony yesterday morning. this comes after claims of racism against philadelphia's gay community. just last month, the owner of an lgbt bar and club in center city came under fire for allegedly using racial slurs. mayor kenney released a statement on yesterday's protest which reads in part discrimination in the garborhood and across the city is not something that one person or one office can be expected to solve on its own. it's on all of us. >> it is just about 5:00 a.m. now for more of the stories we're following on nbc 10 news at 5:00. on the offensive. donald trump and hillary clinton both came out swinging last night. they answered questions from undecided voters at the town
hall debate. >> back on track, this is new video taken from inside the hoboken train station. service resumes here this morning for the first time since the deadly njt crash. out of luck and out of time. in just about an hour, the trump taj mahal in atlantic city will close its doors, leaving 3,000 workers without jobs. nbc 10 news starts now. >> 5:00 a.m., beginning of the workweek. good morning and welcome to "nbc 10 news today," i'm vai sikahema. >> i'm rosemary connors, a lot to get to this morning. let's start with meteorologist krystal klei with our neighborhood forecast. >> 40s on the map out there right now. we saw upper 30s for mt. pocono, 45 allentown. 49 in wilmington, 46 coatesville. 50 for philadelphia and 47 as well in atlantic city. almost the entire board now in the upper 40s, dropping down this morning before we see sunrise. these temperatures in the 40s is
a change from what we saw yesterday. this is a 24-hour change map compared to yesterday at this same time. almost wrefr is 10 degrees or more cooler. wilmington, trenton at 12 degrees cooler. look at atlantic city, 16 degrees cooler. that's in part due to the fact that we're no longer dealing with the cloudiness out there that will hold in a bit of the heat from the previous date. frost advisory in place forç tomorrow morning. that will be the morning hours through 9:00 a.m. on your tuesday. that's for parts of the lehigh valley, berks county, upper parts of bucks county as well. you see the same forecast through 9:00 a.m., your tuesday morning, that frost advisory along shore points as well. because we're looking at temperatures dropping in some areas potentially to the mid to upper 30s. we'll talk more about the cooler forecast and the afternoon high temperatures coming up. for now we go to traffic for jessica boyington. >> thanks, krystal. watching an accident on the blue route, the southbound side. you can see the toll plaza in here. not a lot of cars approaching the scene.